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Hot Wheels Friction Lab 
Illustrate an example of each of 4 types of Friction. Include a brief written description. Orally present poster information to class. Use all key words on poster.
Rubric Code: V2X4A58
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Subject: Science  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


Powered by iRubric The four types of Friction
  Good

5 pts

Fair

3 pts

Poor

1 pts

Neatness, Attractive.

Good

Attractive, Neat, Well arranged.All spaced on posture is used.
Fair

Attractive, Neat, Well arranged.
Poor

Neat
Each type clearly illustrated

Good

4 types of friction illustrated
Fair

3 types of friction illustrated.
Poor

Only 1 or 2 types of friction illustrated
Example is original

Good

Poster demonstrate understanding of types friction. <BR>
Illustrations are well drawn with original or unique detail.
Fair

Poster demonstrate understanding of types of friction.
Poor

Poster lacks originality.
Labeled with brief description.

Good

Label each type of friction.<BR>
A written description of each type of friction.<BR>
Correct spelling.<BR>
All 6 Key words used.
Fair

Label each type of friction.<BR>
A written description of each type of friction.<BR>
Correct Spelling<BR>
Three to 5 Key Words Used.
Poor

Label each type of friction.<BR>
Two or less key words used.



Keywords:
  • Static Friction, Sliding Friction, Rolling Friction, Fluid Friction, Force

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